NA RUBU PAMETI [MIROSLAV KRLEZA] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Miroslav Krleža was a Croatian writer and a prominent figure in cultural life of both Yugoslav . On the Edge of Reason (Na rubu pameti, ). Translated by . Buy Na rubu pameti by Miroslav Krleza (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
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Because I dared to opposed human folly. Trivia About On the Edge of Re Our first-person protagonist is unnamed. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. Domenica rated it liked it Jul 17, I would cut a bit of bacon; I would shelter behind a irleza tree, put two or three grenades in my pocket… and I would aim at one of those fellows responsible for being here on our straw mattresses, lying like loaves of bread. May 26, ben rated it it was amazing. Is slander ever justified?
The town turns on him, he is sued for slander, and everything goes downhill. I re-read it a few months ago, and it was as good as the first time.
A heroic blend of humour, philosophy, social criticism, despair and hope. He also briefly held the post of president of the Yugoslav writers’ union between and Den Hakim rated it liked it Nov 07, T Krleza deceptively starts off with his protagonist penning a banal self-portrait; he is, he tells us, a well-meaning nonentity who has a high tolerance for the vast folly he see around him as he drifts through life, corporate attorney for a manufacturing company.
All were shot in the back. I liked it, it’s funny, it made me feel better about the world. The main character is a respected member of the community, lives in a relatively unhappy pamfti and has three children, three girls to which he refers to, at the very beginning as “three stupid geese”.
Previous to speaking his mind about the morality of shooting fleeing men in the back with a rifle and calling the deed heroic lameti had felt that confines of the groupspeak conformity he lived in to be increasingly stifling; after rub his mind he sees that what passes for accepted opinions and acceptable decorum is going along with what passes pa,eti public opinion without any deviation.
The story sees a successful man in a somewhat warped and provincial society accidentally let out a few words based on integrity rather than on getting along with the crowd. I had no idea what a book is about, but one plain thing krldza friend told pamti One of my friends loves Krleza, other one hates him. Mateja Zlo rated it liked it Dec 05, Return to Book Page.
Unfortunate as I found this to be a wonderful philosophical piece on perception, delusion, and humanity in general.
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This article needs additional citations for verification. Translated by Will Firth. Although, at tim “On the edge of reason” A great study of the, so called, advanced or elite society. Dec 27, Mr Greg rated it liked it.
Na rubu pameti
Although this is a Croatian literary classic, this work definitely deserves to be included in all those “must-read-before-you-die”, “best books of all time” or “read this if you want people to think you’re an intellectual. And yet, rubj didn’t mean to say what he said. This also works as part of the satire — think of how many violent acts we ma commit if we slapped all those saying something stupid and indefensible!
We only get the stars because I’m under the impression that the translation is less than complete.
Miroslav Krleza – Na rubu pameti
He’s a Croation lawyer, working for a very politically connected businessman. LiquidLucidity rated it liked it Mar 02, Krleaz it’s not much more than that.
A quote I meant to include somewhere in the review: If it does, On the Edge of Reason will take pride of place amongst your top ten fifteen, twenty, whaddever of all time In a way krleaz to Crime and Punishment, but the protagonist in this one is actually completely sane and just calling people on their BS.
It was not an emotional read, but without doubt an interesting one. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Monthly Review Press, We only get the stars because I’m under the impression that the translation is less than complete. To end this review, I would like to paraphrase one of my favorite lines in the book: He defected to Serbia but was dismissed as a suspected spy.
On the Edge of Reason by Miroslav Krleža
All of my cynicism, my sarcasm, my superiority complexes, just like, all of the stuff that I feel towards most of my classmates is reflected in this book. Roman “Na rubu pameti” objavljen je u Zagrebu Most people when they hear that beep they write up a little slip with the return vendors name ASAP and get that book onto a cart to be shipped back.
Selected Pameto Writings The Glembays,and other early texts. Late at night during a particularly rough period of long mentally challenging work days I was reading this at my kitchen table, having a much needed cocktail, and had to go online feverishly looking for other English language editions of this author’s works.
Week, or two ago first mentioned friend mentioned me that he liked Edge of Reason and I just woke up, like from a dream and said; well, actually why not? Burek rated it liked it Jan 30, Luis rated it liked it Apr 15,